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Maternal transfer and behavioral teratology of hexachlorobenzene in rats
Ellen S Goldey
Written in English
|Statement||by Ellen S. Goldey|
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|Number of Pages||100|
This book was developed in response to a need in behavioral teratology for a comprehen sive set of reviews of the field's many topics brought together in a single source. Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Courtney KD, Andrews JE. Neonatal and maternal body burdens of hexachlorobenzene (HCB) in mice: gestational exposure and lactational transfer. Fundam Appl Toxicol. ; – Darvill T, Lonky E, Reihman J, Stewart P, Pagano J. Prenatal exposure to PCBs and infant performance on the Fagan test of infant intelligence. by:
Neonatal and maternal body burdens of hexachlorobenzene (HCB) in mice: gestational exposure and lactational transfer. Fundam Appl Toxicol Crossref, Medline, Google Scholar; Darvill T, Lonky E, Reihman J, Stewart P, Pagano J. Prenatal exposure to PCBs and infant performance on the Fagan test of infant by: ASSESSMENT OF THE BEHAVIORAL AND NEUROTOXIC EFFECTS OF HEXACHLOROBENZENE (HCB) IN THE DEVELOPING RAT D. H. Tsylor E. Gole,.y DEPARTMENT OF ZOOLOGY MIAMI UNIVERSITY OXFORD, OH DECEMBER FINAL REPORT FOR THE PERIOD MAY TO DECEMBER [jypovedfor public .
This book was developed in response to a need in behavioral teratology for a comprehen sive set of reviews of the field's many topics brought together in a single source. This volume represents the first effort to synthesize and integrate research in . Original Dam Maternal Behavior Testing. The procedure for maternal behavior testing was previously described (Johns, Noonan, et al., ).Following delivery of their final pup, dams and their litters were brought in their home cage to an enclosed behavioral observation room, × cm, where dams were removed from their cage and weighed, and their pups by:
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The maternal transfer of hexachlorobenzene (HCB) may place the developing organism at risk. The present study assessed the developmental neurotoxicity of HCB using a battery of behavioral tests. Two weeks prior to breeding, maternal rats were exposed via gavage to either 10 or mg HCB/kg body by: Goldey ES () Maternal transfer and behavioral teratology of hexachlorobenzene in rats.
PhD Dissertation, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio Google Scholar Goldey ES, Taylor DH () Developmental neurotoxicity following premating maternal exposure to hexachlorobenzene in Cited by: 1.
Bull Environ Contam Toxicol. Apr;13(4) Placental transfer of hexachlorobenzene in the rat. Villeneuve DC, Hierlihy SL. PMID:Cited by: The midgestational mice and rat fetuses are very similar in their HCB concentration. The rat fetuses at Day 13 had values of and ppm for the 10 and 50 mg/kg groups, respectively, and the values for the Day 12 mice fetuses were Cited by: Goldey ES () Maternal transfer and behavioral teratology of hexachlorobenzene in rats.
PhD Dissertation, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. Google ScholarCited by: EFFECTS OF PRENATAL MALNUTRITION ON MATERNAL BEHAVIOR OF THE RAT AND BEHAVIORAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE OFFSPRING by RAMIRO VILLESCAS, B.S. A DISSERTATION IN PSYCHOLOGY Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of Texas Tech University in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree pf DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY.
Behavioral teratology investigation of l-butanol in rats. NEUROTOXICOL TERATOL 11(3)Two concentrations of l-butanol ( and ppm) were administered by inhalation to separate groups of 15 pregnant Sprague-Dawley rats for 7 hr per day throughout gestation; 18 male rats were similarly exposed for 7 hr per day for 6 weeks Cited by: Assessment of the Behavioral and Neurotoxic Effects of Hexachlorobenzene (HCB) in The Developing Rat.
Hexachlorobenzene (HCB) is a widespread environmental contaminant. Due to its highly lipophilic nature, HCB is stored in the body adipose tissue and is released with the milk during lactation. INTRODUCTION Hexachlorobenzene (HCB, perchlorobenzene, C,Cl,) is a fungicide registered for use on seed grains such as wheat, barley, oats, and rye.
The major use is to control bunt on wheat, and a minor use is for seed treatment of onions and sorghum. Technical grade material contains about 98% HCB Cited by: BVO at % of the diet produced reproductive deficits similar to the BVO % group, but less severe effects on growth and behavioral development.
This group showed no significant increase in offspring mortality. The data demonstrate clear evidence of dose‐related physical and behavioral developmental toxicity. Abstract. Behavioral teratology represents an integration of teratology with experimental psychology, and is primarily concerned with the study of neurobehavioral changes that result from exposure of germ cells, embryos, fetuses, and immature postnatal individuals to a variety of environmental disturbances and by: Rosso, P.
Maternal-fetal exchange during protein malnutrition in the rat: Placental transfer of alpha amino isobutyric acid. Journal of Nutrition, Cited by: 8. This book was developed in response to a need in behavioral teratology for a comprehen sive set of reviews of the field's many topics brought together in a single source.
This volume represents the first effort to synthesize and integrate research in the field since when Justin Joffe wrote Prenatal Determinants of Behaviour.
The maternal transfer of hexachlorobenzene (HCB) may place the developing organism at risk. The present study assessed the developmental neurotoxicity of HCB using a battery of behavioral tests. Exposure to Hexachlorobenzene during Pregnancy and Children’s Social Behavior at 4 Years of Age Article (PDF Available) in Environmental Health Perspectives (3).
Assessment of the developmental toxicity, metabolism, and placental transfer of Di-n-butyl phthalate administered to pregnant rats. Toxicol Sci. Oct; 45 (2)– Yoneyama M, Ogata A, Fujii T, Hiraga K. The maternal-foetal distribution of thiabendazole administered in two different vehicles to pregnant mice.
Food Chem by: This study analyzed the effects of lipopolysaccharide (LPS)-induced sickness behavior on selection between maternal behavior (MB) and predatory behavior (PB) in lactating rats. Maternal and developmental toxicity evaluation of melatonin administered orally to pregnant Sprague-Dawley rats Article (PDF Available) in Toxicological Sciences 50(2).
Fipronil (FPN) is a phenylpyrazole insecticide used in veterinary services and agriculture, and it is of considerable concern to public health. It inhibits the chloride channels associated with gamma-amino butyric acid (GABA) receptors in mammals and also inhibits the chloride channels associated with GABA and glutamate (Glu) receptors in by: TERATOLOGY () Neonatal Behavioral Toxicity in Rats Following Prenatal Exposure to Methanol ROBERT INFURNA AND BERNARD WEISS Division of Toxicology and Environmental Health Sciences Center, Department of Radiation Biology and Biophysics, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, Rochester, New York.
Over the years, general teratological principles have been modified and extended to research in behavioral teratology, resulting in two major postulates (Vorhees ): (1) vulnerability of the central nervous system (CNS) to injury extends throughout the fetal and neonatal periods and beyond the infancy stage, Cited by: Abstract.
The preceding chapter examined how the brain develops and some of the ways such development can be subverted by agents called word teratogen comes from the Greek teras, “monster.”Although we no longer refer to children born with malformations as monsters, we still call agents that cause birth defects logy (the study of .Teratogens.
Teratogensagents and conditions, including viruses, drugs, chemicals, stressors, and malnutrition, which can impair prenatal development and lead to birth defects or even death. Behavioral teratogensteratogens that tend to harm the prenatal brain, affecting the future child’s intellectual and emotional functioning.
à although all teratogens increase the risk of .